MOONSHINE:K, - created by internationally acclaimed, Turner Prize winning artist Elizabeth Price, as part of the BALTIC Editions series.
The print features a group of sculptures in the garden of the Villa Medici, Rome. The sculptures vary in age and provenance, but were gathered together to create a single mis-en-scene by Balthus, the painter and former Director of the Villa. Price photographed the arrangement under a 'super moon' - a moon of unusual brightness, which heightens the noir-ish melodrama of the tableau. The 'K' symbol printed on top of the garden scene, is used scientifically to denote light temperature, and used by Price in a series of works exploring light source in digital photography and projection.
Born in 1966 in Bradford, Price is renowned for her immersive video installations incorporating digital moving image, text and music. She won the Turner Prize in 2012 for her twenty-minute video installation The Woolworths Choir of 1979, as part of her exhibition at BALTIC, HERE 2012.
Platinum Palladium print with screened overprint
Limited Edition of 50 Prints signed and numbered by the artist.
Dimensions: 405mm x 305mm
Stock: BFK Rives Natural 280 gsm
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